How Much Money Do You Need To Become Filthy Rich From The Stock Market?
Believe it or not
you don’t need much money to make a fortune from the stock market. For example, if you invested $4,000 in Nvidia Corporation when it became a publicly-traded company it would be worth more than $600,000 today.
That’s a return of more than 15,000%.
You see, you don’t need to be actively trading in the stock market to become rich.
You just need to find compelling growth stocks on the verge of a breakthrough.
Here's the thing, many investors fail in the stock market because they believe fortunes happen overnight.
However, that's not true.
Fortunes are made by those traders who are able to hold on to winners and let them ride.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett once said:
Warren's favorite holding period for a stock is forever!
It's not your fault; we've all been sold on the idea that easy money in the stock market comes from day trading stocks. The financial institutions and hedge funds want you to believe that, because to them, you're easy money.
Let's face it, not only are they faster, but they also have access to the best research, analytics, and computer algorithms that money can buy.
Besides, who has time to stare at a computer screen all day, and deal with the emotional rollercoaster ride of short-term trading. Managing a job and relationships can be stressful enough, no reason to add the stress of day trading to your life.
Imagine scooping up shares of Netflix on its IPO day. A $4,000 investment would be worth more than $1M today.
Back in 2012, Wall Street was taken by surprise when legendary investor Carl Icahn took a 10% stake in Netflix.
At the time, the company was struggling with its DVD rental business and dealing with ongoing competition in streaming services.
When it was all said and done, he banked about $2B in profits.
The crazy thing about the story, Icahn initially got into the stock because he thought a larger media company would acquire it. However, that never happened, but you can't argue with the results.
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Are these type of returns abnormal?
Absolutely…but that doesn't mean the opportunity isn't out there. However, here is the thing, by the time you hear about these stocks on TV or read about them online it's probably too late. You see, Wall Street analysts don't like to stick their necks out too much…they want to play it safe.
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